The Zaurus comes with the following fonts already pre-installed:
* lcfont * fixed * helvetica (same as mico-unicodefonts-helvetica_1.5.0-1_arm.ipk) * micro * smallsmooth * smoothtimes
Unfortunately, the Japanese character mapping has some overlaps and it is not always possible to correctly map some extended characters in the latin character maps. Unicode fonts help a bit in this aspect. However, many fonts do not have all the unicode characters which results in little square boxes being displayed. It is essential to have a font which has all the unicode characters fully and correctly mapped.
The following fonts get very close to that, however, the unifont only has size 16.
* unismall_1.0.0_arm.ipk * unifont_1.0-1_arm.ipk
Having fonts that contain as many character sets as possible is a good start, however, it also depends on the application whether it can extract the right character out of the fonts and display them.
I have added the following extra fonts:
* mico-unicodefonts-verdana_1.5.0-1_arm.ipk * mico-unicodefonts-georgia_1.5.0-2_arm.ipk * mico-unicodefonts-utopia_1.5.0-1_arm.ipk * fonts-bitstream-vera-sans-mono-50_1.1_arm.ipk * fonts-bitstream-vera-sans-mono-75_1.1_arm.ipk * FreeSerifFont_20031008_all.ipk * FreeSansFont_20031008_all.ipk * FreeMonoFont_20031008_all.ipk * misaki8_0.04_arm.ipk * naga10_0.02_arm.ipk * shnm12_0.03_arm.ipk * shnm14_0.03_arm.ipk * shnm16_0.05_arm.ipk * ayu18_0.02_arm.ipk
These fonts are for the default Qtopia deskop and applications. X/Qt and Pocketworkstation use a different set of fonts.